Saturday , 10 December 2016


The So-called Credit “Bubble” Will NOT End Soon! Here’s Why

The latest rage is writers saying that the current economic cycle is aging and we had better watch out as the ‘bubble’ will burst soon. NONSENSE. Here’s why.

Related Articles from the munKNEE.com Vault:

1. Is An Economic Crash Coming Soon? These Analysts Think So – Here’s Why

Dozens of “analysts” are convinced that the U.S. economy is going to hell in a hand basket – and soon. How sound are their analyses of the current economic situation? Will they be proven to be very insightful or nothing less than fear mongers looking for attention? Their views are all here. You be the judge. Read More »

2. Surely You Don’t Believe “Economic Ignorance Is Bliss” – So Read This Article!

If you believe that ignorance is bliss, you might not want to read this article. [Why? Because] I am going to dispel the notion that there has been any sort of “economic recovery”, and I am going to show that we are much worse off than we were just prior to the last economic crisis. [Ready to become informed? Then, read on!] Read More »

3. Are These Views Of the Economy Fear Mongering OR Insightful? You Be the Judge

Will 2015 be a year of financial crashes, economic chaos and the start of the next worldwide depression? Personally, I am entirely convinced that the financial markets are more primed for a financial collapse now than they have been at any other time since the last crisis happened nearly seven years ago and I am certainly not alone. Read More »

4. Financial Entertainment On the Breakdown of the USA: “The Mayans R Us”!

The Mayans R us. One year, they were cavorting bloodthirstily atop their garish painted pyramids and a generation later the jungle was stealing back over the temple steps and the population was a tenth of its former size. The same thing is going to happen to us, except there will be a hell of a lot more worthless, toxic debris left on the landscape. We enter 2015 with greater tensions than ever before and therefore the likelihood is that the inevitable breakdown will release more destructive energy and be that much harder to recover from. Read More »

5. Welcome Back to the Easy Debt Party!

Most Americans are living paycheck to paycheck so all this access to subprime debt is going to do is allow them to consume future income and guarantee that any ability for future financial security disappears. Read More »

6. When the Bubble Bursts It Will Cause Deflation & Drive Widespread Social Unrest – Here’s Why

Should we be concerned when tepid economic growth and low inflation are accompanied by increasing public and private debt? Are we borrowing just to stay alive? [As I see it,] national governments will increase national debt loads in order to stay in power until one or more of them default. Then their will be financial panic which will most certainly be deflationary. Here’s why. Read More »

7. You Should Be Terrified! U.S. Is In A Debt Trap & Oblivious to the Consequences

There exists in the Congress, in the Obama administration, in the media and on Wall Street, a national belief that America can print paper money and grow its economy as its route map out of debt. With annual GDP growth expectations of 2% to 3% over the next several years, this is a completely false hope! Read More »